The Twang announce UK tour

Birmingham band will hit the road next February

The Twang announce UK tour
The Twang have announced a UK tour to take place next February.

The band, who are expected to play new material on the tour, are currently in the studio putting the finishing touches to their second album, the follow-up to 200's 'Love It When I Feel Like This'.

The LP, provisionally titled 'Not Tonight, It's Monday', is slated for a spring 2009 release.

The Twang play the following dates:

Norwich The Waterfront (February 2)
Bournemouth Old Fire Station (3)
Bath Students' Union (5)
Swansea Sin City (6)
High Wycombe Students' Union (7)
Glasgow Strathclyde Students' Union (9)
Preston 53 Degrees (10)
Leeds University Union (11)
Hull University Union (12)
Liverpool Guild of Students (14)
Sheffield Students' Union (15)
Reading Students' Union (16)
Uxbridge Brunel Students' Union (18)
Hatfield Hertfordshire Students' Union (19)
Derby Students' Union (20)

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